An independent academic study founded in 2012, the Electoral Integrity Project addresses three questions:

  • When do elections meet international standards of electoral integrity?

  • What happens when elections fail to do so?

  • And what can be done to mitigate these problems?

Under the direction of Professor Pippa Norris and the distinguished International Advisory Board, the Electoral Integrity Project produces innovative and policy-relevant research comparing elections worldwide. The research team is based at the University of Sydney and Harvard University's John F. Kennedy School of Government.

 

 The Electoral Integrity Project receives the International Institutional Engagement Award at the  International Electoral Awards  Ceremony, Dead Sea, Jordan, 5th Dec 2017. Dr Sarah Cameron, Project Manager and Senior Research Fellow, accepts on behalf of the EIP team.

The Electoral Integrity Project receives the International Institutional Engagement Award at the International Electoral Awards Ceremony, Dead Sea, Jordan, 5th Dec 2017. Dr Sarah Cameron, Project Manager and Senior Research Fellow, accepts on behalf of the EIP team.


 Pippa Norris receives the Sir Isaiah Berlin Lifetime Contribution to Political Studies at the PSA Awards, London 5th Dec 2017.

Pippa Norris receives the Sir Isaiah Berlin Lifetime Contribution to Political Studies at the PSA Awards, London 5th Dec 2017.


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